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Zeus

Charcoal & Graphite on Paper
Size:67.4 x 54 cms

Zeus is the God of paradise and thunder of ancient Greek religion, which ruled the mountain like the king of Olympus. His name is cognitive with the first element of his Roman counterpart Jupiter, his mythology and strength are the same, but Indra, Jupiter, Perun, Thor, and Odin are not like the Indo-European gods.

Why Cast sketch practice is important :

It is important to complete the projection of shadow to give instructions about the object's perspective, Some artists create the shadow to show the depth of the object. In many cases, this is very acceptable. However, it is much more technical to include perspective and different principles of perspective i.e., cast + core shadows

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Art Materials used:

Paper:

Fabriano Accademia 200 gsm
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Drawing:
Staedtler lumograph graphite pencils(h,b,2b)
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Derwent Charcoal pencils(Dark,Medium, Light)
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Eraser:

Prismacolor Kneaded Eraser
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Staedtler Mars Plastic Eraser
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Rendering Materials:

Tortillions:
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Soft Tissues:
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Ear Buds:
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Mahl Stick

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Step 1 (Contour):

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Contour is an artistic technique used in the drawing industry. Normal lines are used to make the rough outline to have a rough idea of subject’s length and width, thickness, depth, perspective. The purpose of the Contour is to highlight the scale and volume, ignoring the details of the subject to give a three-dimensional perspective.

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Step 2 (Contour 2):

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We start working with the use of mahl stick from left and move forward to right because of me being right handed, this helps me to have a clear view of the portion I am sketching

In this step, we complete the basic contour drawing and we get the idea of the depth and shape, so now we can start working on the details.

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Step 3 (Soft Details) :

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After the basic outlines of the subject, we start with the details of hair, ear & beard from the mid-tones and then use charcoal to get the dark shadows, then we apply medium strokes on the eye which gives some depth & our figure starts evolving out from paper.Then we want a background, which makes up surroundings and empty space making the subject look 3 -dimensional.

orange line.jpg

Step 4 (Final)

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We give highlights of hair and beard using a kneaded eraser and Staedtler plastic eraser, it can be used for erasing any wrong strokes & also to make a partial highlight or stand out by removing the charcoal dust from the paper.

Staedtler graphite pencils are used to give very light strokes because use of charcoal for the light parts can be very risky at times, sometimes it is not possible to remove all the charcoal dust from the paper creating a bad spot in our artwork

I have worked a lot on this sketch and have taken care of every detail to make this sketch look 3d

pink line.jpg

AfterCrop

blog 1.jpg

So our Zeus is complete and looks amazing, I am very happy with the outcome. I have clicked this image from Olympus VG-120 and cropped it.

for more such Artworks & work in process follow 

SUJITH PUTHRAN

 

 

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5 hours ago, hj27 said:

You explain it very well, but anyway you need a lot of talent to be able to do that.

8 hours ago, Artcreation said:

Thanks for the knowledge, have gotten a new idea on sketching

 

9 hours ago, Omotolacrown said:

Thank you for sharing

Welcome, sketching is easy if you understand every stroke you apply, every stroke should be controlled 

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10 hours ago, Gates said:

Thank you, everything is very interesting and detailed. The image of the Zeus was very manly)))

 

18 hours ago, segunshow said:

You're a teacher.you teaches every steps and it was well understood.well exposing.thank you for sharing 

 

18 hours ago, Cahoot said:

That's a very nice and detailed piece of work! Really interesting to hear more about the actual process of coming up with the picture, thanks for sharing this with us!

Welcome
 

I feel delighted to get appreciated by fellow artists and people who love art 

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On 22/03/2018 at 3:02 AM, sujithputhranartist said:

study film.jpg

Zeus

Charcoal & Graphite on Paper
Size:67.4 x 54 cms

Zeus is the God of paradise and thunder of ancient Greek religion, which ruled the mountain like the king of Olympus. His name is cognitive with the first element of his Roman counterpart Jupiter, his mythology and strength are the same, but Indra, Jupiter, Perun, Thor, and Odin are not like the Indo-European gods.

Why Cast sketch practice is important :

It is important to complete the projection of shadow to give instructions about the object's perspective, Some artists create the shadow to show the depth of the object. In many cases, this is very acceptable. However, it is much more technical to include perspective and different principles of perspective i.e., cast + core shadows

orange line.jpg

Art Materials used:

Paper:

Fabriano Accademia 200 gsm
dfhgfg.jpg

Drawing:
Staedtler lumograph graphite pencils(h,b,2b)
s-l1000.jpg

Derwent Charcoal pencils(Dark,Medium, Light)
fgdfhdfh.jpg
Eraser:

Prismacolor Kneaded Eraser
prisma.jpg

Staedtler Mars Plastic Eraser
eraser.jpg

Rendering Materials:

Tortillions:
hjghj.jpg

Soft Tissues:
tissue.jpg
Ear Buds:
gdfhdgfhgfd.jpg

Mahl Stick

fhggfhvgfvh.jpg

pink 2 line.jpg

Step 1 (Contour):

PB170154.jpg
Contour is an artistic technique used in the drawing industry. Normal lines are used to make the rough outline to have a rough idea of subject’s length and width, thickness, depth, perspective. The purpose of the Contour is to highlight the scale and volume, ignoring the details of the subject to give a three-dimensional perspective.

purple line.jpg

Step 2 (Contour 2):

blog 2.jpg

We start working with the use of mahl stick from left and move forward to right because of me being right handed, this helps me to have a clear view of the portion I am sketching

In this step, we complete the basic contour drawing and we get the idea of the depth and shape, so now we can start working on the details.

green line.jpg

Step 3 (Soft Details) :

blog 3.jpg

After the basic outlines of the subject, we start with the details of hair, ear & beard from the mid-tones and then use charcoal to get the dark shadows, then we apply medium strokes on the eye which gives some depth & our figure starts evolving out from paper.Then we want a background, which makes up surroundings and empty space making the subject look 3 -dimensional.

orange line.jpg

Step 4 (Final)

blog 4.jpg

We give highlights of hair and beard using a kneaded eraser and Staedtler plastic eraser, it can be used for erasing any wrong strokes & also to make a partial highlight or stand out by removing the charcoal dust from the paper.

Staedtler graphite pencils are used to give very light strokes because use of charcoal for the light parts can be very risky at times, sometimes it is not possible to remove all the charcoal dust from the paper creating a bad spot in our artwork

I have worked a lot on this sketch and have taken care of every detail to make this sketch look 3d

pink line.jpg

AfterCrop

blog 1.jpg

So our Zeus is complete and looks amazing, I am very happy with the outcome. I have clicked this image from Olympus VG-120 and cropped it.

for more such Artworks & work in process follow 

SUJITH PUTHRAN

 

 

This is a very interesting post. Thank you🦋

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1 hour ago, Gmercy said:

This an idea sell out for nothing now I have a new idea on how to go about it.

What are you talking about @Gmercy ,what idea are you talking about?kindly share it oooo

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On 3/30/2018 at 3:27 AM, CyberArtist said:

Thank you for sharing

 

On 3/30/2018 at 12:34 PM, Art4life said:

The picture look extremely good and interesting post

 

On 3/30/2018 at 11:53 AM, BDS said:

This is a very interesting post. Thank you

 

On 4/1/2018 at 6:15 PM, Luftbild-Kunst said:

Wow! Nice Work!

 

On 3/31/2018 at 3:13 PM, artmart said:

your explanation is very clear,well understood,thank you for sharing

Thank u so much @CyberArtist , @Art4life, @BDS, @Luftbild-Kunst @artmart <3 <3 :):) <3 <3 

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